Fighting With One Hand Tied Behind Our Backs

November 2020 Feature Protestant churches in Singapore, as a whole, have expressed their firm opposition to sexual relationships and marriage between members of the same sex. I agree wholeheartedly with this position. There are, however, certain aspects of the life...

The Poor You Will always Have: A Reflection on Poverty

October 2020 Feature In her book, This is What Inequality Looks Like (Singapore: Ethos Books, 2018), the sociologist Teo You Yenn gauges that ‘roughly a fifth of the resident population of Singapore could be defined as poor.’ This estimate presenting a high proportion...

One Saved, is the Entire Family Saved?

September 2020 Feature Question: “We frequently say the phrase “when one is saved, the whole household is saved,” and examples like the Philippian jailer & his household, and the salvation of Cornelius’ household are often cited. It is often taken as one of the...

Our Faith and Science during the COVID-19 Pandemic

June 2020 Feature Many of us are afraid in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has grown in scale globally. Recovery is months away. It appears that things may not return to pre-COVID norms until a vaccine is found, produced in large quantities...